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Take a look at this. On the Production Order, I can reset the status. And from release, I can make it to be scheduled or go back to created. As soon as you do this, obviously, all of the calculation will be deleted and no longer you see any calculation detail. So having said that, let us go back, do the estimation. You already seen the release, it bypasses scheduled. But prior to that, let us take a look at the View. At the time of estimation, if you take a look at all journals, picking, routing, job, and report as finish, no journals have been ever posted. And as a matter of fact, if I go to the Release, and click "OK," I am releasing to the production, that means, I am scheduling it immediately, I have all the requirements in regard to the resources capacity, et cetera. If I take a look at any journals, nothing has been posted for me either. Only gets it started when you really get it started with this operation. So if I click on the "Start," that means, the machine really starts working with this. And now you have certain capabilities in order to set things up. Like for example, would you like to start the production? Of course, you can again, have a criteria in regard to which operation to which operation or if you do not put anything, all operation. Should I show the journal information that means something has been posted, and you can see the color-coded line here instead of the info log? As far as the route card, there is a journal that has been already set up for you. And as a matter of fact, this is a type journal card that is posting information in regard to what is it that needs to be done, using the route cards, and each route consists of bunch of operation, and each operation could be a job indeed that you can schedule. You have the picking list, you have a automatic BOM consumption. Would you like to post the picking list immediately or not? It is completely up to you. I have many demonstrations. One of the things that you have in regard to having negative inventory and picking negative is usually for process manufacturing because maybe the data has not been updated into your warehouse, and you need to run that expensive process, and you already have it on the shelf but has not been updated. So usually for retail business and process manufacturing, you do have pick negative capabilities but for discrete and lean, you do not. So I click "OK" now. I start the process and let us see what will happen. As soon as I go through this high level demo in regard to the discrete, certain journals will be prepared and indeed would be posted. Sometimes, you have a capability, like I said not to post it and deal with it. As you see, the production has been started. You can take a look at the message detail. Let us show info. And it is telling me that indeed the picking list journal and route card journal has been posted. Let us take a look into it. If I go to the View, and take a look at picking list journal only, you see all the picking lists that are available needless to say. I later show you how to reverse it, how to correct it, all of those things. You could go to the route card and only see the route cards there. Or in one shot, you can click on "All" and any journals that are available as different type could be shown. Let us take a look at the pick. Well, the bill of material knows that these are my raw materials and how many of each do I want. Remember, even though I made a brand new BOM, but I did it for site one, so my new BOM is not going to be taken into effect. So you are going to consume that much. Here, as you notice, whatever the cost was is going to be calculated. So you have pick list journal has been created here for you to be able to deal with the production. If I go to the inventory transactions now, you notice that you have deducted that much and is ready in order to continue with the process of producing this good. For the route card, if you take a look at it, indeed, it shows that you have three operations and nicely shows resources. Every single one of these route cards tells you exactly how to hit the journal ledger, what resource to use, what capacity we have, how long would it take for this resource to do the job. So by the time you do the estimation, like I said, if I go back and backpedal a bit, take a look at the manage costs, that is how the system can calculate all this monetary value. And of course, using the costing sheet, you could add an additional overhead and rate and surcharges and all that. And as far as the level is concerned, you could do it only based on the total, multi-level, or at single-level, so at this stage, both of them are the same. And as you see, this is based on estimation whereas costing, so you can find out exactly how much it is going to cost you, how much variable cost was, fixed costs you have, and you can find out exactly what are the calculations concerned in regard to sales amount based on my standard profit margin and additional information in regard to consumption, production, et cetera. Costing is the most important thing. Now this is started. Let us go ahead and let us say, I as a machinist, I report it as finish. That means, I am not the person to end it, maybe there is a section regarded to quality management and quality assurance that is available. So you need to basically come here and then say, I am reporting as finish only the operation number 10, or operation number 10 through 20, or all of them. Or if it is all of them, do not even bother to put anything here. Has it been any error? Has it been any problem? Let us say you have 10 as a good quantity, but only 9 of them have been produced. So you could specify that and say one of them was error, and what was the cause of an error. Was it material problem? Machine problem? My problem as an operator? You can set these up. And then of course, again, another route card will be provided for you to see what has happened. We are going to get into detail of all this, but as you notice on the Information tab, you can also find out exactly how much cost has been accounted for and whether the value is in regard to having this specific production. Now if I try to end it anyways without doing the report as finish, you also have the capability to make sure that how do you deal with the scrap. Is that based on scrap account? Is you need to specify an account? Or is it based on an allocation, which is done by the finance team? If I try to "OK" these, as you notice, these two are tightly related to each other. You can report as finish and say exactly, I think that this is over and somebody else has to be able to test it. But based on my settings at this moment, I just wanted to demonstrate that you could not probably report as finished but you could end it. So if you take a look at it now, at this stage what happens, you indeed revert every single transactions and the estimation, and you actually record the actual amount. And the transactions happens to be the same but usually based on this profit margin that I have, and waste, and measurements, the more you make, the less is going to be costly. You saw some specific stages that are very common between discrete and process manufacturing. As you see both of them are using the same list page. It starts from creation, estimation, and then release. There are... We know it as preproduction stages. And then you got the Start, which is actual production, and then Report as finished, and End, which is post operation. Needless to say, scheduling is separate that you could indeed specify it.

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Posted by: jmladero on Apr 12, 2019

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